REAL HEROES #1-3 (Bryan Hitch)

Le nouveau projet Image Comics de Bryan Hitch après America’s Got Power s’intitulera Real Heroes. Le dessinateur s’occupera lui-même du scénario.

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Ah, on va enfin savoir qui est responsable de cette mise en page 16/9ème : les auteurs ou lui ! (tous ?)

Je dirais lui maintenant, car c’est un style qu’il utilise depuis quoi une vingtaine d’année et que ça fonctionne bien de nos jours.

Sauf dans Age of Ultron ! C’est parfois difficilement lisible !

dans le sens fonctionner je voulais dire que ça plaisait à un large publique.

Ah pardon !

Un deuxième teaser pour Real Heroes:

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Ci-dessous, trois pages de Real Heroes #1:

[quote=“Bryan Hitch”]These days, far more people know about superheroes through movies than comics. Much as we wish it weren’t the case, comics, as a medium, can’t touch the audience numbers that flock to “Iron Man,” “Avengers” or Batman [on screen], most of whom would never read a comic at all. So the idea of updating that childhood favorite as a massive scale superhero romp using movie actors seems very much “today.” What if the cast of “Avengers” got asked to save the world for real. Would you trust Downey Jr. in a real Iron Man suit? If Mark Ruffalo really turned into a giant, green rage monster, would you love him as much? The actors know the moves, they know the lines, but that doesn’t make them heroes.

So what does? What can make them “Real Heroes?” Take those guys, Hollywood superstars, who play the worlds greatest heroes and take them to a place where they are asked to do it for real, take the responsibility for saving six billion lives. It’s a fish-out-of-water story for these guys, but it’s also a great way of getting to do classic superheroes with that modern voice.[/quote]

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Ci-dessous, la couverture de “Real Heroes #2” réalisée par Bryan Hitch:

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La couverture de “Real Heroes #3”:

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Le dessinateur Bryan Hitch présente ses Véritables Héros:

[quote=“Bryan Hitch”]I wanted “Real Heroes” to be fun. Big letters, FUN. The world knows so much about super heroes now; the REAL world, not just the bit of its we all play in. It’s not just the secret of us long time geeks any more and that’s brilliant. The REAL world knows and loves superheroes! It’s almost so familiar to anybody on the street that you don’t have to explain to anybody what a superhero is and how they got their powers. Everybody just gets it.

My story is about how some relatively ordinary folk get the job of saving the world as superheroes. I say ordinary but these people are some of the most famous celebrities in the world. They’re actors and their normal job is to play the greatest superheroes the world has ever seen in the biggest movies the world has ever watched.

That gives me a fantastic shorthand to the big action, doesn’t it? There’s no real need for origins and major explanations about murdered parents and exploding alien planets. We all know that stuff now so in using the ‘movies’ as a concept to introduce some fictional heroic archetypes and then put the actors in a situation where that fiction becomes real, we’ve done away with the need for four issues of set up!

It’s a fast, fun, MASSIVE story, (there I go with the big letters again). And I think it’s going to surprise you. Just because the idea is “The cast of ‘Avengers’ does ‘Galaxy Quest,’” don’t think you know the story these people have to live through, SURVIVE through. The stakes are enormous and I’m drawing on my whole childhood’s reading and my entire career’s experience in telling this tale.

That could ALL have been in big letters, couldn’t it?

“Authority,” “JLA,” “Fantastic Four,” “Ultimates,” “America’s Got Powers.” I’ve done team books; I’m known for them. I love the team dynamic, and “Real Heroes” fits alongside those books very well. A cast of actors and a cast of fictional characters all in one.

Let me introduce them to you:[/quote]

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Voici les couvertures variantes de Real Heroes #1 réalisées par Travis Charest et** Frank Cho**:

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En terme de création de costard, il a du mal à se renouveler !

Et sinon ça sort quand parce que six mois de teaser c’est sympa mais va falloir pesner à sortir quelque chose.

Le premier numéro sortira le 26 mars 2014.

Heu, c’est moi ou Charest est en train de se “cassaday-riser”…?

[quote]REAL HEROES #1
Written by: Bryan Hitch.
Art by: Bryan Hitch.
Cover by: Bryan Hitch.
Description: They are the six most famous actors in the world and together they play The Olympians, the biggest superhero movie franchise in history. Would you ask them to save the world? They may be our only hope…
Pages: 32.
Price: $3.99.
In stores: March 26. [/quote]

Source: www.comicscontinuum.com

[quote]Real Heroes #1
Story by Bryan Hitch
Art by Bryan Hitch
Cover by Bryan Hitch
Publisher Image Comics
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date Wed, March 26th, 2014
They are the six most famous actors in the world and together they play The Olympians, the biggest superhero movie franchise in history. Would you ask them to save the world? They may be our only hope…[/quote]

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[quote]Real Heroes #2
Story by Bryan Hitch
Art by Bryan Hitch
Cover by Bryan Hitch, Dave Gibbons, Jock
Publisher Image Comics
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date Wed, May 7th, 2014
The cast of The Olympians superhero movie franchise has been asked to save the world. It can’t end well.[/quote]

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Source: www.comicbookresources.com